In Memoriam of David Goldring

IPKat has received the sad news that David Goldring has passed away at the age of 61. David was a highly respected trade mark practitioner in London and this Kat was proud to have met him in both his professional and personal capacities. After reading Law at University College London, David practised initially as a UK trade mark attorney and subsequently as a European one. His career encompassed both in-house and private practice sectors. David's commitment to the trade mark community was best-exemplified by his long-term involvement with MARQUES, where he was a founder member and Treasurer of the organization. In 1984, even before the organization came into existence, he served as a member of the steering committee that contemplated the establishment of a European trade mark owners’ association.

David's son, Simon Goldring, has provided the following information about the burial and other arrangements. Today (June 30, 2016), the funeral will take place at 1.30pm (arrive at 1.00pm/1.15pm) at Bushey Cemetery, Little Bushey Lane, Bushey, Hertfordshire, WD23 3TP. After the funeral, the family will be heading back to 28 Oakleigh Avenue, Whetstone, London, N20 9JH for the afternoon and prayers in the evening at 8pm. In accordance with Jewish mourning practice, the family will be sitting Shiva (a week of mourning). The family will welcome visitors from 2pm-5pm on Friday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday with evening prayers at 8pm on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, again at 28 Oakleigh Avenue, Whetstone, London, N20 9JH.

Blessed be his memory.
In Memoriam of David Goldring In Memoriam of David Goldring Reviewed by Neil Wilkof on Thursday, June 30, 2016 Rating: 5

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